Last week marked the grand opening of the Health Information Center at the University of Tennessee Medical Center. Part of the mission of this library is “…providing patients, family members and the community with valuable information on the latest health news and free research for specific diseases or illnesses.” Working with Heather King, interior designer, we developed and designed several complex display graphics that utilized dimensional lettering, acrylic panels and exotic woods. More
The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture located at the UT Knoxville campus has a special exhibit on display showcasing the flora and fauna illustrations of Catesby, Mason, and Audobon. These artifacts date back to the 16th century and include detailed illustrations and specimens of plants and animals. More
Last night at a UT Lady Vols basketball game, the university honored their storied previous coach by hoisting a new banner in her honor. The banner features her name, coaching record, and an image of the championship trophy. We were honored to have been given the opportunity to create the banner for Coach Summit. Read on to see what goes into making a banner that is 12′ x 20′. More
This project wasn’t a small one. Neither was it huge. However, it certainly was on a tight timeline. We were challenged to meet, setup, produce, and begin installation of these graphics within a three day period. One of the major concerns voiced, was that of quality. Could we pull this job off in time, without a sacrifice in print quality? What was our response? Well, it’s in our name. We produce high resolution graphics at High Resolutions.
So, the job began with a meeting. We met with Tombras on a Wednesday. Began work that afternoon. Tombras made this project a breeze, really. We worked hand-in-hand, manipulating the art so it would work on these multi-dimensional surfaces. It takes real professionals to make things happen in these circumstances.
Thursday morning we began finalizing the art. Sizing and positioning the text elements, so nothing would be lost. By Thursday mid-day, we were in full production mode.
By Friday, we were finishing the graphics, and preparing them for installation. We began installation that evening, and finished up on Saturday.
Thanks to the efforts of all involved, the wall-coverings went up without a hitch.